|Item model number||939-001487|
|Item Weight||9.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 8.13 x 8.03 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||1.5 x 8.13 x 8.03 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||December 30, 2016|
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Logitech GROUP 10m Extender Cable
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- 10M (32.8') cable length
- Single-cable, conduit-routable design
- Designed and engineered by Logitech for use with Logitech Group
- Cable thickness: 4 mm. Repeater length: 50 mm. Repeater thickness: 12 mm
- Weight: 278 g
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Easily customize your conference room set-up with the GROUP 10m Extended Cable that replaces the 5m cable included with Logitech GROUP. The GROUP 10m Extended Cable doubles the distance from the hub to the camera or speakerphone with a single 32.8' DIN cable that can be routed through a conduit for super-clean conference room installations. System Requirements: Logitech GROUP
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Prior to this setup, we used the Logitech BCC950 which didn't work well for the large room we conduct meetings in. We have forty in attendance, five board members and over 1,000sf of meeting space. We limped along with it for two years until moving up to this Group system. What a HUGE difference! The biggest improvement is probably in audio - the microphone does an exceptional job of capturing various levels of talking and quickly and unobtrusively adjusts the level controls.
We use this with the Zoom software because it's certified for use with Zoom and it is an ideal pairing. The software is inexpensive ($15/mo), simple and records your meetings in their cloud (albeit in lower resolution so you're not taking up GB's of space). The remote for this works from either the front or back of the control unit (speaker box) and the speakerphone function works well for those wishing to use the dial up number instead of the default audio capabilities.
My only non-negative negative is the construction. The camera unit feels flimsy as if one false manual turn of the camera would destroy the motor mechanism. In fact, the first one of these we ordered did not function with pan or tilt and was immediately returned for this working unit. We don't have a lot of need to move the camera much and if it were permanently mounted somewhere, doubt it would ever be a problem, just something to watch our for.
I can remember when getting this level of video and audio quality cost tens of thousands of dollars. I do suggest, to get the most out of the system, that the user have a dedicated laptop with no bloatware, no anti-virus beyond security essentials or defender, a wired connection to the network no matter how strong and fast the wi-fi signal is and that users take some time to review the training and use videos on logitech and the developer of your platform (Zoom or whomever).
Our community has right at $2000 invested in the camera, laptop, A/V cart to store it all on and a very nice Viewsonic digital projector (also bought from Amazon!) and can do a very professional looking "broadcast" with screen sharing and whiteboard capabilities. Add some wireless lapel mics (also from Amazon) and you can follow a presenter as they move around from exhibit to exhibit.
I'm sure in another few years, there will be even better/cheaper equipment on the market, such is the nature of technology. But, if you are trying to meet the needs of a community like ours, this is a very cost effective way to do so and one that is much appreciated by those that cannot attend various functions in person.
Good zoom, stable picture ease of use
All inclusive product, no recurring licensing fees or proprietary lock ins to services
Compatible with all the main industry players (Gotomeeting, Web-ex, Skype etc)
Far end control of cameras in matching sets (multibranch\multi office deployments will like this feature)
No direct Ethernet or digital direct tie in - must use USB with special cabling for Video-conferences
hit and miss Bluetooth coverage. Sound quality when using Bluetooth is on a continuum of OK to awful
CHEESY wall mounting bracket that is better suited to a $50 camera
Camera is VERY sensitive to being moved.
Any move attempts results in the camera immediately returning to the lock position and require a reboot of the hosting PC to reset OR power cycling the system
Instructions are nonexistent. must go through website downloads and third party resources for even the simplest of functions and questions
The ad implies that the camera will track the speaker automatically during conferences. NOPE - while you can manually adjust\zoom, there is no automatic tracking feature.
Connecting the unit and making our first test video calls was super easy. The picture quality was excellent although the camera's autofocus struggles to find the sweet spot.
That's the good news.
The big issue is the mic in the desktop speakerphone. When the user at the Logitech Group end of the call first begins to speak, there is a very distinct and annoying crackling-popping sound. The unwanted added sound masks the talker's first 2 or 3 words. After that the audio is very good. However, if the talker is silent for a couple of seconds, as soon as speech is resumed the first few words are again masked by the crackling and popping.
This unit has pretty decent Amazon reviews, but after experiencing the audio issue, we read the reviews a little deeper. Other users have also had this issue and over a year ago at that. The big disappointment is that Logitech is still shipping these with the same defect.
I've always trusted Logitech. I'll be more cautious going forward.
The build quality is great. I was very pleasantly surprised with how sturdy everything feels. The remote mics are nice and heavy. I was expecting light plasticy things that I was going to have to tape down, but they are very well built and hold themselves down.
My one wish is that the cables were a little longer, but I know we're an odd case with a bigger conference room. Likewise, the lens could be just a touch wider, but I really can't complain.
Overall, we're very happy with it, especially for the price. You can't go wrong with this as long as it fits your use case!
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Das Anschließen war super einfach, aber tatsächlich wurde der Klang teilweise sogar schlechter mit angeschlossenen Mikrofonen. Vermutlich ist die Software des Logitech GROUP Systems einfach nicht so gut. Wir haben auch noch ein Jabra 710, was für reine Audiokonferenzen so viel besser ist, dass wir darauf zurückgreifen wie es keine bessere Software von Logitech gibt.
Avec cette extension de micro c'est juste parfais.
Tous les participants sont maintenant parfaitement placés par rapport aux micros.
insomma un prodotto utile e conveniente da acquistare in tutta serenità